The team is sent to St. Louis to catch two serial killers who appear to be competing against each other. They are polar opposites; one is called the Mill Creek Killer and kills middle-class women using blunt trauma and the other calls himself Hollow Man and shoots prostitutes. Meanwhile, a new team member, Emily Prentiss, reports for duty. Written by
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At the end of the episode, JJ hands Morgan a printed copy of a newspaper memorializing the the victims, all of whom were women. He reads the paper out loud, saying "They were our daughters, sisters, brothers, and friends," rather than "daughters, sisters, mothers, and friends." See more
When Reid discovers that the two unsubs have been communicating with each other through the newspaper classified ads, the camera zooms in on one of the ads. But the ad shown was the message that Reid writes later in the episode when he is posing as the Hollowman to lure the Mill Creek Killer to a false dumpsite. See more
[questioning a surviving victim of the Mill Creek Killer
Was he handsome?
Yeah, he was. Actually, that's why I stopped.
When did his demeanor change?
After I refused to go to his car. He grabbed my arm so hard, I thought that it would break. I don't know, I've been watching the news about all these women being abducted. And... I just started screaming.
You trusted your instincts. Because of that, you're still alive.
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